Montgomery Catholic Homecoming 2020

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School celebrated Homecoming week October 5-9. The Homecoming game and festivities were pushed up a day due to stormy weather expected Friday from Hurricane Delta.  During half-time of the varsity football game vs. Childersburg, Montgomery Catholic Principal Eileen Aaron had the distinct honor of crowning the 2020 Homecoming Queen and King, Miss Alanna Monche’ Aiken and Mr. Myles Thomas Butler.

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The 2020 Montgomery Catholic Homecoming Court, pictured from left to right: Freshman attendant Lily Kathryn Coulombe escorted by Caleb Shamar McCreary; Junior attendant Aniya Lowery escorted by Christopher Benjamin Lathram; Senior attendant Allison Carol Berg escorted by Hollis Eugene Johnson VSenior attendant Rachel Ann Rodriguez escorted by Kolbe Joseph Russo; Homecoming Queen and King Alanna Monche’ Aiken & Myles Thomas Butler; Senior attendant Alexis Morgan Meshok escorted by William Austin Cleghorn; and Sophomore attendant Kayleigh Grace Everage escorted by William Michael Belsterling.

While COVID-19 put class reunions and the traditional Alumni Under the Tent event on hold in 2020, Montgomery Catholic held a virtual “Wish You Were Here” event, encouraging all alumni classes to share their Homecoming and school day memories with friends on social media. 

The week leading up to the Homecoming football game was full of activities and excitement, including themed spirit days and Mass on the Grass on the football field. On Wednesday, the elementary Squire Walk was held at each campus. Students from the St. Bede and Holy Spirit campuses would traditionally be invited to run through the Catholic inflatable helmet to greet the Big Knights varsity football team as they took the field before the Homecoming Game. This year, with limited ticketing for home football games, Montgomery Catholic Varsity Football Coach, Aubrey Blackwell and School President, Justin Castanza loaded the helmet up and delivered it to each campus for the little Knights to continue the tradition.

The Middle and High School campus ended the day on Thursday with a socially distanced pep-rally on the football field to pump up the school spirit, and a shut-out victory over Childersberg, 42-0 made for a great end to Homecoming 2020. 
Founded in 1873, Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is an integral part of the Catholic Church’s mission to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ. As an adult community, we share in the responsibility to prepare students for college and beyond while helping them to grow to become persons of faith, virtue, and wisdom.

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